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Re: Snake, now lizard

Guess the snake's still somewhere in the garage [too much junk to tell], or it's not :)

Just saw an anole play Tarzan. Slash pine needles are actually three needles connected to a single base. When they fall, they often land astride small branches and twigs and hang there. Well I saw this small anole--maybe 2 inches long--leap from one upright branch to a hanging needle, swing to another upright branch, and hop off. During the passage, it caught a gnat, which it chewed when it got to its destination branch.

On Oct 4, 2005, at 6:22 AM, Donna wrote:

and the updated report is..............

--- james singer <islandjim1@verizon.net> wrote:

We keep our garage door open most of the time. We
keep garden tools,
chemicals, seeds, and a garden computer in there; no

This afternoon when I went into the garage, I
discovered we have a
black snake in there also. I don't know if the
little guy [it's only
about 18 inches long] lives there or just wandered
in out of the rain.

Anyway, the garage has a terrazzo floor. The whole
house and all the
porches had terrazzo floors when we bought it. We
installed Mexican
tile throughout the house, but the porches and the
garage are still

When I went into the garage I startled the baby
snake--well, we
mutually startled each other, I guess. Black
snakes--also called
"racers"--are very fast. But the little guy couldn't
seem to get
traction on the terrazzo. It made all the right
moves; it just didn't
go anywhere.

So I waited and watched until it managed to wiggle
itself under the
washing machine.

When I told Ms. Fatma about the snake and what I'd
seen, she said: "I
hope Beans doesn't find it."

End of report.

Island Jim
Southwest Florida
27.0 N, 82.4 W
Hardiness Zone 10
Heat Zone 10
Minimum 30 F [-1 C]
Maximum 100 F [38 C]

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